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Pensacola’s e-scooter pilot program on indefinite hold due to COVID-19

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Pensacola’s e-scooter pilot program on indefinite maintain attributable to COVID-19

Pensacola’s long-discussed micro-mobility pilot program to carry electrical scooters downtown will take one other dialogue or two earlier than changing into a actuality. 

Beforehand projected to get rolling in April or Might, the Metropolis of Pensacola paused the method amid the coronavirus pandemic. In mid February, a metropolis choice committee advisable two micro-mobility firms — Hen and VeoRide — and started working to solidify licensing and working permits with these distributors.

However an working settlement was by no means put into place, and the proposed pilot program took a backseat to town’s all-hands-on-deck method to dealing with the pandemic by the center of March.

Metropolis spokeswoman Kaycee Lagarde shared a press release from town Tuesday that confirms the eventual arrival of the 2 beforehand chosen firms, however the timeline for that arrival remains to be unclear.

“Like lots of our residents, we’re trying ahead to launching our micro-mobility pilot program to offer extra multi-modal transportation choices within the Metropolis of Pensacola,” the assertion learn. “We’re working with the 2 chosen firms to finalize the working agreements and guarantee they’ve plans in place to function as safely as doable contemplating the COVID-19 pandemic. We count on to maneuver the pilot program ahead as soon as town and micro-mobility firms are assured that we are able to accomplish that in a secure method for our residents and guests.”


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